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VIDEO: Even in 1989, bitter opposition to medical waste incinerator

Cimaron Neugebauer, Standard-Examiner staff
Mar 31 2014 - 5:41am

Second of two partsSUNDAY: PART 1: Stericycle is looking forward to Tooele County and has finally begun using a public relations strategy.MONDAY: PART 2: How it started in North Salt Lake. Who was there first, and what did that mean? NORTH SALT LAKE -- It's better to have one regulated medical waste incineration plant taking care of...

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Stericycle Q & A: Do they burn fetuses?

Cimaron Neugebauer, Standard-Examiner staff
Mar 29 2014 - 7:13pm

Misconceptions: How many bypass events and violations? On average Stericycle has half a dozen emergency bypass events each year, half of those due to power outages. They have only had one emissions violation in 25 years and that is the current one they are appealing, according to the company.

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North Ogden shoots down 230-unit apartment development

Rachel Trotter, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Mar 29 2014 - 6:11pm

NORTH OGDEN -- The city council denied a zoning change that would have allowed up to 230 new apartments at approximately 1825 N. 100 East, west of the Country Boy dairy site on Washington Boulevard. The change would have reclassified the zoning from commercial to the city's highest-density multi-family zone. 

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Layton elderly housing project clears another hurdle

Antone Clark, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Dec 20 2013 - 4:29pm

LAYTON -- A special housing project for senior citizens in the southern part Layton has cleared yet another hurdle.The city council voted unanimously Thursday to finalize a development agreement for a senior housing complex at 250 N. Adamswood Road. The project, known as Legacy Cottages, will include a mix of one- and two-bedroom units targeted...

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Ogden legislator says federal upheaval threatens local economy

Antone Clark, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Dec 18 2013 - 6:59am

OGDEN -- Citing a population of almost 10 percent of Weber County that depends on the federal government for income, one area lawmaker is warning about the potential impact of what he described as "political earthquakes" at the federal level.Rep. Jeremy Peterson, R-Ogden, said his experience as a real estate broker has broadened his understanding...

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Advocates: Vulnerable Utah families may be more so in ’14 if housing cuts continue

Cathy McKitrick, Standard-Examiner staff
Dec 16 2013 - 9:00pm

OGDEN -- As the U.S. Senate haggles over the budget compromise that House members approved last week, low-income advocates worry that Utah's most vulnerable families are getting set up to suffer more in 2014.

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VIDEO: Disabled mother and daughter scarred by brush with homelessness

JaNae Francis, Standard-Examiner staff
Dec 12 2013 - 8:38am

LAYTON -- A single mother diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and her 8-year-old daughter say they will be forever scarred by their near brush with homelessness when the Davis County Housing Authority took away their apartment funding.Kamryn Bentley, 38, said she gave away nearly all of her possessions and asked her 16-year-old son, Isaiah, to go...

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Syracuse backs away from high-density housing annexation

Lynn Arave, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Nov 14 2013 - 1:55pm

SYRACUSE -- A seemingly routine 20-acre annexation proposal into the city is causing quite a stir because of the controversial PRD zoning label attached to it.Located at 4000 West and 1200 South, the current undeveloped land was filed for annexation by owner Con Wilcox. The city council voted 3-1 Tuesday night to table a decision on the annexation...

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VIDEO: Even in 1989, bitter opposition to medical waste incinerator

Cimaron Neugebauer, Standard-Examiner staff
Mar 31 2014 - 5:41am

Second of two partsSUNDAY: PART 1: Stericycle is looking forward to Tooele County and has finally begun using a public relations strategy.MONDAY: PART 2: How it started in North Salt Lake. Who was there first, and what did that mean? NORTH SALT LAKE -- It's better to have one regulated medical waste incineration plant taking care of...

Comments   ·   Read more   ·   Updated: Apr 1 2014 - 10:47am


Stericycle Q & A: Do they burn fetuses?

Cimaron Neugebauer, Standard-Examiner staff
Mar 29 2014 - 7:13pm

Misconceptions: How many bypass events and violations? On average Stericycle has half a dozen emergency bypass events each year, half of those due to power outages. They have only had one emissions violation in 25 years and that is the current one they are appealing, according to the company.

Comments   ·   Read more   ·   Updated: Mar 29 2014 - 7:13pm


North Ogden shoots down 230-unit apartment development

Rachel Trotter, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Mar 29 2014 - 6:11pm

NORTH OGDEN -- The city council denied a zoning change that would have allowed up to 230 new apartments at approximately 1825 N. 100 East, west of the Country Boy dairy site on Washington Boulevard. The change would have reclassified the zoning from commercial to the city's highest-density multi-family zone. 

Comments   ·   Read more   ·   Updated: Mar 29 2014 - 6:11pm

VIDEO: Even in 1989, bitter opposition to medical waste incinerator

Cimaron Neugebauer, Standard-Examiner staff
Mar 31 2014 - 5:41am

Second of two partsSUNDAY: PART 1: Stericycle is looking forward to Tooele County and has finally begun using a public relations strategy.MONDAY: PART 2: How it started in North Salt Lake. Who was there first, and what did that mean? NORTH SALT LAKE -- It's better to have one regulated medical waste incineration plant taking care of...

Comments   ·   Read more   ·   Updated: Apr 1 2014 - 10:47am


VIDEO: Disabled mother and daughter scarred by brush with homelessness

JaNae Francis, Standard-Examiner staff
Dec 12 2013 - 8:38am

LAYTON -- A single mother diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and her 8-year-old daughter say they will be forever scarred by their near brush with homelessness when the Davis County Housing Authority took away their apartment funding.Kamryn Bentley, 38, said she gave away nearly all of her possessions and asked her 16-year-old son, Isaiah, to go...

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With horse numbers falling, Legacy refocuses efforts

Motocross rider Jack Baughman goes through a practice run at the Legacy Events Center in west Farmington earlier this month. (NICHOLAS DRANEY/Standard-Examiner)

Bryon Saxton
Dec 26 2011 - 12:07am

FARMINGTON -- With Davis County home construction putting the squeeze on open pasture lands where horses once grazed -- forcing some horse owners to relocate -- Davis County Legacy Events Center is diversifying the groups it attracts. Being able to rely on renting out Legacy Events Center's indoor and outdoor arenas to horse riders to supplement...

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Tenants of Far West Motel fear sudden eviction

NICHOLAS DRANEY/Standard-Examiner
Cathy Van Meer helps Dylan Hayes ride his tricycle while Dylan’s mother, Leah Detwiler, watches at the Far West Motel in Kaysville last month. A development deal now being considered would likely end with the demolition of the motel that 35 people now call home.

Bryon Saxton, Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau
May 2 2011 - 11:24pm

KAYSVILLE -- Tension is running high for 35 people living in 27 rooms at the Far West Motel. After all, the 44-year-old Kaysville motel, 410 N. Main St., is targeted for demolition to make room for townhomes.

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VIDEO: Even in 1989, bitter opposition to medical waste incinerator

Cimaron Neugebauer, Standard-Examiner staff
Mar 31 2014 - 5:41am

Second of two partsSUNDAY: PART 1: Stericycle is looking forward to Tooele County and has finally begun using a public relations strategy.MONDAY: PART 2: How it started in North Salt Lake. Who was there first, and what did that mean? NORTH SALT LAKE -- It's better to have one regulated medical waste incineration plant taking care of...

Comments   ·   Read more   ·   Updated: Apr 1 2014 - 10:47am


VIDEO: Disabled mother and daughter scarred by brush with homelessness

JaNae Francis, Standard-Examiner staff
Dec 12 2013 - 8:38am

LAYTON -- A single mother diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and her 8-year-old daughter say they will be forever scarred by their near brush with homelessness when the Davis County Housing Authority took away their apartment funding.Kamryn Bentley, 38, said she gave away nearly all of her possessions and asked her 16-year-old son, Isaiah, to go...

Comments   ·   Read more   ·   Updated: Dec 12 2013 - 8:38am


With horse numbers falling, Legacy refocuses efforts

Motocross rider Jack Baughman goes through a practice run at the Legacy Events Center in west Farmington earlier this month. (NICHOLAS DRANEY/Standard-Examiner)

Bryon Saxton
Dec 26 2011 - 12:07am

FARMINGTON -- With Davis County home construction putting the squeeze on open pasture lands where horses once grazed -- forcing some horse owners to relocate -- Davis County Legacy Events Center is diversifying the groups it attracts. Being able to rely on renting out Legacy Events Center's indoor and outdoor arenas to horse riders to supplement...

Comments   ·   Read more   ·   Updated: Dec 26 2011 - 1:31am


Tenants of Far West Motel fear sudden eviction

NICHOLAS DRANEY/Standard-Examiner
Cathy Van Meer helps Dylan Hayes ride his tricycle while Dylan’s mother, Leah Detwiler, watches at the Far West Motel in Kaysville last month. A development deal now being considered would likely end with the demolition of the motel that 35 people now call home.

Bryon Saxton, Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau
May 2 2011 - 11:24pm

KAYSVILLE -- Tension is running high for 35 people living in 27 rooms at the Far West Motel. After all, the 44-year-old Kaysville motel, 410 N. Main St., is targeted for demolition to make room for townhomes.

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